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at the top five all-time. this time last year, the avengers earned the top spot. at number three, harry potter and the deathly hallow. s. that was my favorite. and rounding out the top five, the original dark knight from five years ago. >>> just ahead in the newsroom, a community is in shock after a recreational soccer league referee dies after being punched in the face. and a soccer player stands accused. (announcer) born with a natural energy cycle... cats. they were born to play. to eat. then rest. to fuel the metabolic cycle they were born to have, purina one created new healthy metabolism wet and dry. with purina one and the right activity, we're turning feeding into a true nature experience. join us at purinaone.com hwelcome back.. nice to see you again! hey! i almost didn't recognize you without the suit. well, this is my weekend suit. weekend getaways just got better. well, enjoy your round! alright, thanks! save a ton on our best available rate when you book early and feel the hamptonality. >>> 20 past the hour. time to check our top stories. a flood threat hangs over much of t
authority. thank you. >> mary harris. cathy davis. >> mary harris, president of my neighbors in action. on february 2 we had a lunar new year celebration at the rec center. when we got up there, my husband and i noticed there was just this very tense vibration and we found out that lawrence collins was shot and killed at the rec center. so we lost another youth in the omi. we have had youth shot in front of inner city youth, we have had them shot in front of the omi family resource center. we were devastated, he was going to be 20 years old. as i was going to get ready to speak tonight. i went in my office and these 3 x 5 cards fell out. and i picked then up and read them. and then i realized that seven years ago with a different mayor and a different supervisor, i have been saying the same words, talking about the omi and violence prevention. and i can't believe i am here again and talking about the same thing. i am asking mayor lee work with the omi to come up with a violence prevention plan. i want diana, i am happy that you made director of violence prevention. i am thankful for th
of supervisors can work and deal with issues and resolve them. i want to thank people from my staff, harry who is here with her new baby and stephanie and others who put hours into staffing these issues. i especially want to acknowledge the community coalition. this is a victory for them at the end of the day. there are so many organizations and you will see a list of them that they are the ones who have been advocating for making sure that this project be build, but that it be built right and i want to thank them for making that happen. we are here today because of your efforts, and we as a board, we as a city are grateful for the true contributions you have made. thank you, let's give the coalition a big round of applause and i especially want to acknowledge that liaison, paul kumar, i don't see him in the crowd. i think it's fair to say that paul was an integral part to making this happen. thank you paul for your great work. let me talk about saint luke's, in life you come to full circle. i first came to saint luke's when i finished school. i graduated and didn't have health insurance and
harris and the political thinkers so it would be validated and verify. cartery ford and jimmy on hanging chance. to what we said earlier, i speak about this as a father and parent. >> and you still cannot get pregnant. >> speaking of, barack obama, the stand-up comment -- comic. >> one thing that they all agree on is they need to do a better drug reaching out to minorities. call me self-centered, but i can think of one minority they could start with. [laughter] hello? a trial run.s >> president obama at the white house correspondents' dinner. sarah palin said it was pathetic. too much hollywood glitz, not enough exciting political figures like max baucus or chuck grassley. [laughter] think, to a certain extent, the criticism of the dinner has become as annoying as the dinner itself. it is one night a year. this is not a town that is saturated in glamour, shall we say. i can live with it. >> sarah palin call did a nerd prom. >> i guess maybe it is, but there sure are a lot of people at it. i decided to go because i had not been there for years. it was a mob scene. if he did not station yo
to the n ss committee meeting. >> hi steven and harry. and jim is he up here in. >> okay. if i can speak into the microphone. so if you can tell us a little bit about the application and the kind of outreach you have done to the community as well as the license application in supervisor cowen's district. what are you trying to do in. purchase the property at the 24th street a little bit over a year ago it had an existing liquor license there and bar business since almost 80 years. we purchased the building it lesee was up and she wasn't going to stay in the business. we with wanted to purchase her license directly but she wanted double so we reached out to jim and he found us a license electro transfer in. so as we're owners of that building our plan it to completely rehab that entire building started down from the basement below we we have the commercial space of the existing bar. we reached out to the city and we want to make that corner a relevant corner. i have experience i've done this in the city before. i had two liquor licenses in south park when there was nothing there i bought
buddy zach. let's bring him in. zach, is this some sort of harry potter magic trick or science? >> or just a cut in the video? >> i had go with christianchris this one. i had say this is fake. >> man! >> i really wanted it to be magic. >> it's really hard to tell. a couple of skips. did a great job of making this look really real. the thing that gave them away, they have a kick starter up, saying they are trying to make a myth. the stairwell project, building a modern myth. >> the budget on the kick starter, they list special effects as part of their budget. the simpler solution is the better one, special effects was the answer. >> this is what happens when you leave a box of fish in the truck. >> let's see what's in there. crazy! probably some bait or something. some kind of fish in there. >> look at that. oh, my gosh! >> i got a very unique speed flying video. one of the best speed flyers in the business, on his way to some of the career locations in norway with one of his buddies, and if you like the look of this, let me show you that you can take this video and look around.
should remember what does not change. 68 years ago, following the death of franklin roosevelt, harry truman became president. he was thought to be a petty politician, not very smart, and likely to fail. he had been vice president for less than two months and done little to prepare for its new for job. and yet he is remembered now was one of our most effective presidents, so effective that a prestigious national security project there is his name. the reason is that harry truman understood and reflected what is best about america. he was optimistic about the prospects for human progress, but conscious of the perils posed by weakness and fear. for allies and friends. it was exempt from the rules that apply to others. america was the champion of weberty, law, and justice for admired president truman because he dared to build greatly and because what he built was made to last. to honor his legacy, we must strive to do the same. to that end, i pledge my own best efforts. thank you very much. that. [applause] >> ok, we are ready for questions as long as you identify yourself. >> [inaudible
congratulations. >> harris: is his mom allowed to vote? >> i don't know. his girlfriend, wife, lala. maybe she got it in there. >> harris: that's fox reports on this sunday. up next ... huckabee. have a great week. >> tonight on huckabee ... shocking undercover video of abortion clinic workers describing what would happen if a baby is born alive after a failed abortion. >> you let it die on its own? >> we do not resuscitate. >> li lila rose blows the lid of the late term abortion industry. >> if it was breathing or something like that? >> and as whistle blowers prepare to testify on what the government knew about the benghazi attacks, senator lindsey graham wants answers and demands the administration to give up the names of the survivors. >>> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. >> thank you. thank you very much. welcome to the huckabee show from the fox news studios in new york city. you know, it's obvious that every one of the obama administration would like to forget the night of september 11th, 2012 when the united states consulate in benghazi, libya was overrun, and i
environmental health trust work with the supervisors with harry lehman who just spoke, distinguished attorney, ellie [speaker not understood]. it should send a message to you this is an important public health measure. last week i testified before the d.c. city council on the same issue. you actually have inspired the world. i have met with mayors in helsinki alone and people are taking up the message that people have a right to know about cell phone safety. you've set a very shining example. jackson hole, wyoming, and poem broke, florida passed a law about the right know about cell phones. but it didn't require posting information at the point of sale. your information is widespread. i am releasing to you today a new study that is just today about the galley written with [speaker not understood] the chief of neurooncology at the university of california san diego as well as some of the world's top epidemiologists and we find in that study something quite important to the bill that you passed, which is that those who began using cell phones as teen agers have four to eight more times brain ca
. beating harry potter's last stand at the box office opening weekend. never mind the critics. the box office says it all. $175 million domestic. easily eclipsing other superheroes. "batman: the dark knight." "spider-man 3." and "the hunger games." all respectable franchises can't touch "iron man." >> the movie was great. action-packed. >> reporter: "iron man 3" is now officially the second-best debut of all-time. bested, only, by what the people called "ocean's eleven" in spandex, "the avengers." >> i think "the avengers" have written a new formula. >> reporter: like "the avengers," the new "iron man" opened overseas. we discovered on a reporting trip to china, hollywood studios are cashing in on the enthusiasm of overseas audiences, especially for big-budget action flicks. you go to the movies a lot? >> yeah. i mean, three times a month. >> reporter: three times a month? >> yes. >> reporter: wow. as of today, the 3d prequel to "iron man" has surpassed the worldwide total box office for "iron man," "iron man 2," and "captain america." globally, "iron man 3" has taken in over $500 mill
tight sunk -- tight security in the hungarian capital of budapest. harry smith has this report. the hotelecurity at where delegates from 100 countries are tethering. it is normally held in jerusalem. organizers told the -- chose the hungarian capital to raise concerns about anti-semitic movements in europe. they do not have to look far for the evidence. this was the scene a few streets away, where there was a rally to protest the decision of budapest authorities to host the congress. one jewish delegate from north america said she hoped that the presence in hungary would send a message to the world. to tell theike prime minister that hungary will not allow the rise of anti- semitism again. hungary was destroyed once. it should not be destroyed again. the third largest party in hungarian parliament initially banned the rally, but that was overturned by a budapest court. hungary has the longest -- the largest jewish community in southern europe. a keynote speaker includes the german foreign minister. >> pope francis has said prayers for children affected by violence and abuse. he
diana who was only 36 when she died, 30 is an important age. it's when princes william and harry gain full access to their inheritance. her personal mementos that have been in safekeeping with her brother will transfer to her sons. >> reporter: diana's letters, tiaras, photos, the jewels that wowed the world when she work them, also her splendid dresses, so much a part of her public memory. all of these things that diana saved and held dear have been housed since her death at the althorp, the magnificent country estate where she spent much of her childhood and where she's buried. >> my grandfather was here and he was terrified. then eventually he became more comfortable here. >> reporter: he showed us the memorial he's made and their home last summer. >> did you run around here? >> yes. on the staircase behind you, if you put a tray you can get speed up as a child. i think i was the 18th generation of child that wore that out. >> reporter: didn't you break things that were valuable? >> we didn't then. my grandfather would have killed us. >> reporter: charles established a traveling tr
. is that perhaps why harry reid said that's why the solution is on it. i'm saying that obamacare, this calendar year may be the most important of the year, because it's skewing employment. people are going far more, pushed into part-time work so that the employer doesn't pay for obamacare, what do you say. i think it's right. and of course, harry reid would say let's spend more money, we can print it, that's his attitude. the fact of the matter is, we've seen parallel where they had 20 years of pushing people into part-time labor so they didn't have to have their health care challenge or retirement funding occur. we'll have is an entire generation of part-time labor, this is the law of unintended consequences. >> that happened in japan and it was deliberate just like here, and make it part-time so it doesn't have to pay for the health insurance, and that happened in japan? >> they're motivated by profit all over the world and if they can make more by squeezing people into less paying jobs with no bertnefit-- >> in the jobs report 278,000 people were pushed involuntarily into the part-time work,
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. >> i'm wondering if the latest. >> prince harry has been blabbing it is going to be a boy. stay tuned. >> trying to throw us off. >> maybe. rying to throw us off. >> maybe. country's premier news brand. >> announcer: abc news, the country's premier news brand. where americans go to see the whole picture. together with yahoo! news. the world's number one news site on the web. this is america's number one digital news source. ♪ what makes me feel this way ♪ my girl my girl ♪ my girl my girl >> on a cloudy day. finally this half-hour, a heart warming story about a truly royal day. first the 18-year-old teen from western wisconsin with down syndrome competed in a special olympics event. >> then he want to the prom with miss minnesota. that makes this our "favorite story of the day." >> yep. how did he do it? abc's tai hernandez has the story. >> reporter: what's better than being prom king? >> mr. charlie gainy! >> reporter: taking this beauty queen as your prom date. how did 18-year-old charlie gainy pull it off? when he isn't winning special olympics swim meets he works at his cha
. that's always awesome live on air. harry reid said we might have a couple of more votes on the background check because kelly ayotte has been hammered in the polls, and there may be two secret democrats who might vote on this. >> michael: i think there is a likelihood there is going to be another vote. when? he's not for certain. but even a republican senator from georgia said he was an i approachable on this today. he's willing to have a conversation. some things have to be changed from the old bill, but when you hear them say these sorts of things, it makes you think they're going to be close. mark begich with horrible numbers because of the way he voted. >> cenk: it's fascinating. the way that washington works normally you don't throw a fig leaf. we have massive financial regulation problems. throw a fig leaf on it and move along. in this case what they scrowed up was they didn't throw a fig leaf on it. they just left the wound festering. at the nra they had a mannequin called zombie industries. it's rocky zombies. and it clearly looks like president obama. and even f
was running against harry reid said it's time for to us do second amendment remedies to people who don't support our case and when asked what second remedy amendments were, she replied, take a gun to someone you disagree with. that's nuts. >> what happened to gabby giffords. >> absolutely. >> this is the kind of poison that we have to stop and we have to expose it like any surgery. you've got to expose something before you can surgically cut it out. that's why i wanted to bring it out. >> you, joe, and i can't expose it. it's going to be the mainline saying, that's enough. >> well, where is the mainline courage? >> courage? there is no courage. >> i've toured with newt gingrich. we are trying to show that we can have civil disagreement but this kind of ugliness that is veiled and unveiled is not tolerated. this is wrong. this is what we must see. >> if they encourage, we'd have universe stall background checks passed in the law. >> well, i would settle for condemnation of the zombie thing and then let's take more universal background checks. thank you for your time tonight. >> they don
with more. jamie cox, harris financial managing part another. he will tell us the biggest driver in the market right now. joe kusik is in the pits of the cme. joe, i want to start with you. we look for trends. we saw individual stocks hit record highs. any trends stand out in your mind? >> no, not right now after the move we had on friday. today we just chopped around. we're looking at price action to find the support and resistance levels. that is what the action told us today. we're just chopping around at these levels on s&p's, right around the 1610 level. i'll tell you this much. just everyone is long in here right now. so it is a very interesting time. lori: strong for the bulls. give me a sense though, joe, what some of the triggers could be in terms of whether we see a strong upside or strong downside? in other words, where do we go next? >> you know what? what is really interesting is watching activity in the bonds. that move last week down two points on the long end of the bond. there is lot of money out there. they will start to flow somewhere. we'll look at equity mark
. >> reasoner: "millionaire with heart of gold offers hope to ghetto kids." >> pelley: harry reasoner met gene lang, a millionaire who guaranteed college tuition for every kid in one harlem class. >> reasoner: are they good kids? do you like them? >> lang: oh, i love them. i look at them now, all of them, as an extension of my family. >> tudor jones: well, the second that program finished, i picked up the phone. i called gene lang, and i said, "i want to do what you're doing." >> pelley: you know, i'm curious what it was about that program and about where you were in your life that ignited that spark in that moment? >> tudor jones: there was probably a hole in my soul, and i didn't really know it at the time. and all of a sudden, here was this man that showed the joy of giving. so, the lesson that i learned was that there was a whole new journey in my life that was ahead of me that i had not yet even realized was there. >> pelley: so, he adopted a school, too, confident that if he showered it with money, the students would thrive. >> tudor jones: i was throwing everything in the world i could
's -- dr. steven marans. the harris professor of child and family dramatic, harris professor child psychology a professor of psychiatry at the child study center at yale. use the director of the national center for children exposed to violence. the founder of the child development committee policing program which i first became aware of when it was a child witness to violence project. no? >> that's all right. >> founder of the child development committee please and program, a pioneer in collaboration between mental health and law-enforcement professionals providing collaborative response to children and families exposed to violence and trauma that occurs in their homes, neighborhood and schools. next to steven is the other, is kevin cullen, columnist for "the boston globe." he's been a reporter out the globe since 1985 on pretty much every beat you can imagine, cops reporter, legal affairs correspondent, foreign correspondent. he is really here for a couple of reasons. the proximate reason obvious is the events in boston within the last few days, inoffensive brings us full circle,
where it dies under the democratic rule of harry ried. it is funny how they say republicans are obstructionists? what about the democrats trying to bring down the debt -- what the democrats are trying to do to bring down the debt? they started going crazy with trying to pass every program they could, including two wars. wall street journal" is reporting about the south korean president coming to visit the united states -- steve in florida is our next caller on our line for republicans. go ahead. caller: thank you. i applaud speaker boehner's effort to save us some money. although i think it is more political than anything. i think congress is interested in preserving the liberty of our country and doing what is right. we go in to a national sales tax where we get rid of the income tax and fees irs, that is a way we preserve our liberty -- rather than us working hard and the government gets the first cut. it is a form of slavery, really. justt fee lif peol -- i feel if people want to check it out, we need more support. we need to have the money in hand for people and let them
was somewhat true because the senate majority leader harry reid bought directly to the floor rather than sending it through the regular process in this session. however, as i said, senator baucus opposes the bill. montana doesn't have a sales tax. senator widen of oregon, she is strongly opposed to this. he's in the more liberal wing of the senate that he has framed this as forcing businesses to take over government responsibility. again, or again doesn't have a sales tax and he has sought exemption from those states and retailers. the problem on that, senator enzi points out certain states are not forced to comply then by all likelihood, those states will become the center of online retailing because everyone will move there were they don't have to charge a sales tax. >> host: is there an estimate of the revenue that could be raised? >> guest: 23 billion as the number thrown around. that would be sales taxes that are not being paid, as it would go to states, counties, localities, whoever collect sales tax. >> host: is their -- are there still companies that are not charging sales tax on
the senate majority leader harry reid brought it directly to the floor rather than sending it through the regular process this ashen. as i said, baucus opposes the bill. montana does not have a sales tax. senator wyden from oregon has also been strongly opposed. obviously from the moral liberal wing of the senate, but he framed this as businesses taking over government responsibility. oregon does not have a sales tax. he sought exemptions for those sorts of states and retailers. the problem with that, senator and see points out, that if certain they cannot forced to comply by all likelihood those states would become the center of online retailer progress -- retailing gossip -- retailing because everyone would move there. host: how much could be raised? guest: $23 billion has been going around. it would go to states, counties, localities, whoever that are not charging sales tax on internet purchases? guest: absolutely. i think it is fair to say most companies don't. the retailers and companies do, maybe not the majority but gradually an increasing number of online purchases have sales
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